Cincinnati Compost

Choosing the correct type of compost can be a daunting task. There are so many different types available and sometimes you can’t be sure of what you’re buying. In Cincinnati it seems as if the only thing our yards have plenty of is clay.

Adding special soil amendments can be the first step in improving your lawn and planting beds. The addition of compost helps to break up the clay and allows for better drainage. Looser soil also helps form a denser root structure, and this can help lawns survive our hot, dry summers. Ask a customer representative for help choosing the correct compost product.

Pine Fines

Pine Fines

Our pure 100% pine fines contain no sand or hardwood filler. This product is a perfect soil amendment or standalone mulch. This product has a natural golden tone. Unit of sale is the cubic yard.

Aged Horse Manure

Collected from various farms throughout the tri-state area. Material is aged roughly 5 years before sale. Perfect for additions to gardens and planting beds, finely shredded prior to sale.

Aged Leaf Mold

Aged Leaf Mold

Collected every fall by municipalities and individuals. Aged roughly 6 years prior to sale. Good addition to boxed planters or containers. Finely shredded prior to sale. Unit of sale is the cubic yard.

Mushroom Compost

Mushroom-Compost

Delivered from mushroom farms in Pennsylvania, this product boasts high nitrogen content. Good for use as a planting medium. Unit of sale is the cubic yard.

Peat Humus

Peat Humus

Naturally decomposed reed material, soil and some sand. Perfect for use as a container potting soil. Unit of sale is the cubic yard.

Sphagnum Peat Moss

Sphagnum Peat Moss

Sphagnum peat moss is a naturally organic soil conditioner that helps to regulate soil temperature and conserve moisture.  Often used as a planting medium for newly installed plants.  Sold in 2.2 cubic feet compressed bales.